Tired

After a full day and a fun night, I’m feeling pretty tired this morning.  I’d have slept in, but M and I decided we should get up early since we have an early flight home tomorrow (6:00am).

Cabrillo National Monument Park and the tidepools were interesting.  I’ll write more about it once we’re home so I can post photos with it.

Lunch at the Soup Plantation was great.  The food was fresh, delicious, and plentiful.  They had one of the healthiest all-you-can-eat buffets I’ve ever seen.

We had sushi for dinner.  It was fab.  After dinner we stopped at the Liars’ Club for a little while.  It’s a good thing we were walking home.  Between the sake at dinner and the beers at the Liars’ Club, driving would not have been a good idea.

We’re going to Kono’s Surf Club for breakfast this morning, then heading into the city to do a little touring and shopping.  The weather has not improved, but it’s hard to complain about it.  We had a drizzly misting kind of rain yesterday afternoon and last night.  Rain is so badly needed here that it seems selfish to utter even one word of complaint.

I’ll try to post in the morning before we leave.  If I don’t have time, I’ll check in again when we arrive home.


One Comment on “Tired”

  1. English Nutter says:

    Have a safe trip and I’ll “see” you back in the bogs. 🙂 I’m looking forward to seeing your photos of the trip, and I’ve enjoyed reading about it. I think I gained a couple of pounds just reading about all this delicious food though.


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